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Dog Tooth Extraction: What to expect

Dog Tooth Extraction: What to expect

If your dog is experiencing pain in their mouth, tooth extractions may be required to provide relief and promote healing. Our vets in Baton Rouge have shared some valuable insights on tooth extractions in dogs to help pet owners understand the process and what to anticipate.

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Entropion Eye Surgery for Dogs: What to Expect from Dog Entropion Surgery

Entropion Eye Surgery for Dogs: What to Expect from Dog Entropion Surgery

Discover the wonders of our Baton Rouge veterinary clinic as we shed light on a common eye issue in dogs called entropion. This condition affects numerous breeds, leading to discomfort, irritation, and even additional eye complications. Let our veterinarians guide you through the symptoms and various treatment choices available for your furry friend.

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Hypothyroidism in cats treatment

Hypothyroidism in cats treatment

Hypothyroidism in cats is a condition that is not commonly seen, however, when it does occur, it can cause a multitude of symptoms, including mental sluggishness, weight gain, and more. In this article, our vets Baton Rouge have compiled a list of key indicators and effective treatment methods.

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Symptoms, Causes & Treatment of Anemia in Dogs

Symptoms, Causes & Treatment of Anemia in Dogs

Various underlying health conditions can lead to anemia in dogs. Today, our Huntersville vets describe the different types of anemia we see in dogs, in addition to their numerous symptoms and treatments. 

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How to Choose the Best Animal Hospital?

How to Choose the Best Animal Hospital?

Congratulations on bringing home your furry bundle of joy! As a proud pet parent, choosing the right animal hospital for your new family member is an important decision. That's why we've put together a guide at Baton Rouge to help you make an informed choice. From finding the right veterinarian to understanding the services they offer.

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Dog Laryngitis:  Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

Dog Laryngitis: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

Dogs, like humans, can suffer from laryngitis, a common respiratory condition that affects the vocal cords and causes hoarseness or a raspy voice. In this blog,  our Baton Rouge veterinary we'll cover the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and recovery of laryngitis in dogs.

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How To Recognize Spider Bites On Dogs

How To Recognize Spider Bites On Dogs

No one likes the thought of a spider being in their home. Most of the time they stay out of sight and don't cause any issues, however, there are some cases where they can bite us or our pets. Our Baton Rouge vets need you to know about spider bites in dogs, and when to seek medical attention.

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What is parainfluenza in dogs?

What is parainfluenza in dogs?

CPIV is a virus that infects dogs worldwide and causes respiratory illness. Our veterinarians at Baton Rouge explain the symptoms, causes, and treatment of parainfluenza in dogs today.

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Ear Mites in Cats: Causes, Treatment & Prevention

Ear Mites in Cats: Causes, Treatment & Prevention

Ear mites are a very common external parasite and are highly contagious among animal species. The ears and skin of dogs and cats can be irritated by ear mites, leading to itching, scratching, and health issues down the road. Cats are more likely to contract these parasites than dogs, and they are relatively easy to treat. Our Baton Rouge vets explain how to treat ear mites in cats.

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Should I get my dog vaccinated? Why do it and when to do it

Should I get my dog vaccinated? Why do it and when to do it

Annual vaccinations from our Baton Rouge vets are typically far cheaper than paying to have your dog treated for the diseases these vaccines protect against. Here we share reasons why you should have your dog vaccinated and provide you with a handy schedule for your pup's shots.

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